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Take on the role of Nicholas Farepoynt, an investigator who can talk to the Dead. You will explore the dark surroundings of the slowly dying city of Cavorn, talk to both the living and dead to gather information, punish the deserved, collect herbs to make potions and enhance your senses and slowly discover what role you will play in al of this. As you strive to solve the murder of a young girl, more dead appear and the town starts to slip into insanity. A grim, long-forgotten secret, something that should never see the light of day, again slowly awakes…

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Posted by emric on May 30, 2012

pleasingly dark and atmospheric with unique RPG-ish graphical approach

the 3D isometric presentation makes this game look like an RPG, but it is definitely an adventure game—albeit with the addition of some light combat. i really appreciated, Czech developer, RA Images' decision to go for the unique graphical approach. It...

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Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective Third-Person
Control Click-and-drag (mouse)
Gameplay Hybrid - Action
Genre Mystery
Theme Historical, Supernatural
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation Realtime 3D
Action (Compulsory) Combat
Red Flags Game-over events
Media CD

Product Details

System Requirements
Windows 98 or higher
Pentium III processor
256 MB RAM
4x CD-ROM drive
DirectX 9.0

Daemonica by RA Images - Adventure Game

Daemonica is an adventure game, released in 2006 by RA Images. Daemonica has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Click-and-drag (mouse) control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Daemonica and rate it as Decent, meanwhile the community rating for Daemonica is Good.
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